Hunter changes wasn't that bad, I can actually understand them and of course I welcome a buff of Black Arrow.
I'm just saying, we both know Hunters are at a crap point right now, but that's the thing. Changing mechanics to the mechanics of a different class that is under-balanced is just a bad idea. I realize that's not what you meant, but it just comes off that way, and that's essentially what the proposed change would be doing. I like your other suggestions though.The only time we'll ever probably agree is when it comes to what should be done to Frost Mage's.Most other CC's have a damage cap and/or remove DoT's on cast. Ring of Frost and Freezing Trap are not 'most.'Edit: Or just don't have a damage cap.
Yeah, at this point HC's diseases is probably higher. That said, I would prefer something like Throwdown or Kidney Shot to something that breaks on diseases, as then we would use it to interrupt Divine Lights or Hex's but that's about it.
I don't buy it. I've played this game since 2.0 and have seen every class buffed and nerfed in the quest for class balance with failed results every single time.Same goes for implementing new content patches without major technical failures.Thats ok though, I love this game and life goes on, the game goes on and I will continue to play. In fact the periodic changes are one of my favorite aspects of the game.
We nerf mages, but together with that we nerf every single class as well so mages still can cc the **** out of them...
Interest,Cats have Str naturally and they get more with a host of raid buffs, both short and long-term that all greatly increase their AP. Most buffs buff AGI and STR. Once you take into account all those buffs, the amount of AP cats are losing from the change is significant.... it is also a VERY easy math problem, which I am sure the devs did when the decided how much to buff cats to compensate. I definitely trust their math skills more than someone who says ´cats don´t have str´.
Im thinking that several posters from this thread should clearly be given the chance to work for Blizzard. Because sounds like they have much better grasps on how to develop and balance mind-numbingly expensive gaming enterprises than professionals who are trained specifically for that task. Derp. XD
Quoted the wrong person there for the first one Face.